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August 22, 2022

Newsletter 2022 1st ed.


March 14, 2022

What we offer


January 14, 2022

£3000 New Employee Incentive

The New Employee Incentive has now been extended. Have you recruited since 1st October 2021?If so have a look at the leaflet and you may be able to claim £3000 per new employee....

December 2, 2021

Vicky & Gina's Big Swim

Over the last year Vicky and Gina have been collecting medals for swimming. In the great outdoors at Spot on Wake Lake and in the slightly warmer local pools. They raised money for Aspire, helping people with spinal cord injury live independent lives, by swimming 22 miles in a virtual channel swim. They also successfully swam the distance to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, in an attemptto swim 60 miles before Gina’s 60th birthday. Finally they supported the Shakespeare Hospice in Stratford Upon Avon ...

November 25, 2021

Aarons Blog

Having finally finished my EPA I am hoping, in this blog, to give an overview of this conclusion and what the next steps are moving onwards.I got 100% in my EPA overall, which is obviously great! But it didn’t come without some final hard work. I was a little confused about what a showcase is. I understood and found the actual content straight forward, but a lot of the EPA showcase is about how you convey the information you have learnt. I had to resubmit after first misinterpreting this princ...

November 25, 2021


Elaine Wood – Pertemps MeridenFrom starting the course, the trainers at Aurelia have been outstanding .We started off with group face to face which gave us all the chance to work together and learn from each other from our various experiences within the business .Covid then hit which put all this on hold, I personally wanted to carry on with the course and had the support of the trainers to do this.They sent the course work for each module which I completed and emailed back , they reviewed and...

November 25, 2021

Newsletter Autumn 2021


October 28, 2021

What is an End Point Assessment?

EPA or End Point Assessment is the final stage of an apprenticeship and is officially classed as a showcase of what you have learnt over the course of your apprenticeship. It will involve many different parts, such as a presentation, witness testimonies from peers or customers, as well as a professional discussion. Prior to COVID there would also be observations too, but these are not temporarily used, due to obvious reasons. The first area I will touch on are the witness testimonies. These are ...

July 6, 2021

Aarons Blog

Everyone has a different interpretation of what is a good and healthy Workplace environment, but in this blog I will be discussing my personal, but also some more legislative factors that make up a safe and welcoming Workplace or office environment. Let us start off with some obvious ones. It is of course always important that every workspace is safe, especially from a health and safety standpoint. In every workplace there should be the correct health and safety regulation in place to ensure tha...

March 13, 2021

Charity Swim

So Vicky and Gina from our Management team are attempting to swim the English Channel!!Well they will attempt to swim the same distance but in a swimming pool and over 12 weeks. :) They will be raising money for the charity Aspire - four hours someone in the UK is paralysed by a spinal cord injury. It can happen to anyone at any time and no one is prepared for how it will change their life. Aspire is a national charity that provides practical help, ...

October 7, 2020

Aurelias Summer Social

Every year during the summer we meet up as a team and have a fun day including activities, food and lots of laughs! This year we had to think about how we could do that safely, minimising our contact with others and abiding by all the Covid guidance. So we met up at a Rugby Club (that was closed to the public) , took a picnic and had a Pub Quiz! It was a closely fought contest involving high stakes (mainly bragging rights) between the Management team and the Staff Team, and while there were some...

October 7, 2020

Aarons Blog Part 3

This blog I will be talking to you about my apprenticeship course that I have done with Aurelia so far. I will specifically be focused on the coursework itself and how I have tackled it. The work that I do is all based around customer service, it helps provide me with an understanding of the intricacies and key values of what it means to work in customer service. A prime example of one of my pieces of coursework would be a series of questions varying in lengths about a specific section of custom...

August 26, 2020

Community Venture

We are delighted to be working in partnership with Pertemps, Community Group Limited and Bournville Rugby Football Club for the Community Sport and Health Officer Apprenticeship L3. Follow the link below to read more.

August 13, 2020

How's your Posture?

At present more of us are working from home, but is our working environment we use set up correctly? Have you got the best posture? I bet most of you reading this, will find yourself moving around to get comfortable. So which is best? The dining table, the sofa or even the bed. These will all be fine short term, but, think how you feel after an hour or more. What stress are putting on you body?Working from home gives us many option and although a desk is ideal it's not always practical space wis...

August 10, 2020

Aarons Blog Part 2

This blog is going to be about the difference between a normal day of work in the office, and a day during the current COVID Pandemic. The first obvious difference is the lack of people in. Due to obvious reasons, there can only be a limited amount of people in, to stick to regulations and social distancing at all times. In terms of social distance this affects all sorts of aspects, anything from not being able to make drinks for each other, to not being in each other’s workspace when needing ...

August 5, 2020

Aaron's Blog

Hi My name is Aaron, I am 19 and I am an apprentice at Aurelia Training, based in Coventry To get straight into it, I am going to be blogging my perspective and experiences of being an apprentice, other useful information on apprenticeships and other areas too. I had just finished my A levels, got myself a solid set of unexpected C’s, I honestly was not expecting to even pass. I had no clue on what to even do after this, with the summer holiday passing quick, I was pushed into searching for jo...

June 17, 2020

Kelsey's Journey

Craighaven care home. My name is Kelsey, my care work journey started in august 2014, I had no previous experience working in care, with elderly people or working with patients with dementia. I gained some knowledge and experience through in-house training before starting the health and social care Apprenticeship level 2. I did this course with Aurelia Training with Vicky as my assessor. I found the course really good and relevant to my job role. It really helped me to gain further knowledge and...

June 15, 2020

Why become an Apprentice

You could be approaching the end of school and University is not an option, or you are looking at the next step in your career or a promotion at work. An Apprenticeship can be a career step at any age, as long you are a school leaver and in employment. So why would you want to become an apprentice? An apprenticeship is achieved whilst you work in the job roleYou gain knowledge, skills and experience whilst completing each element.You spend 4 days on the job and then the 5th day is allocated fo...

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